The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum is hosting “If These Cars Could Talk” Saturday July 2, 2022 from 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm 1936 CORD 810 (MOONSHADOW) The given name of this Cord 810 Westchester sedan is “Moonshadow,” due to its distinguished silvery-blue finish and original blue English broadcloth interior. It has been highly praised and recognized in several car shows.  In its November 2002 issue, which celebrated the 100th anniversary of the American automobile, Forbes’ American Heritage magazine chose Moonshadow as “The Single Most Beautiful American Car.” This Cord 810 is powered by a 289 cubic-inch V-8 engine, with an advertised 125 horsepower rating.  In reality, according to factory dynamometer testing, it produced 117 horsepower.  It features the Cord hallmark front-wheel drive system with a four-speed transmission.  The cost when new was $1,995, a hefty sum when compared with its contemporaries of similar size. The presentation is included with regular admission to the museum.

The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum Sunday August 14, 2022 is hosting the CURATORIAL SPOTLIGHT. TOMMY MILTON: RACECAR DRIVER EXTRAORDINAIRE Tommy Milton was a very successful racecar driver with a storied career. This presentation will look at the life of Milton, his racing successes, records, and more. This presentation is free to all members of the public with regular museum admission and will take place in the Education Center at the Museum. 


Mike and Thelma were honored at the 2022 VMCCA Annual Meeting and Awards Banquet as 40 year VMCCA members. WOW!


Lucy and Steve were honored with Golden Quill Awards for 2021 sponsored by Old Cars Weekly. They were awarded as editors of Front Wheel Driver, Toronado Owners Association magazine in the National Compact category and Lucy as art director of Generator and Distributor, Vintage Chevrolet Club of America in the National Luxury category. Also receiving the honor was Dennis Holland, editor of The Blub Horn, Vintage Motor Car Club of America. A Hardy Congratulations!

Steve was honored at the March chapter meeting with a certificate recognizing his work on the GLR Newsletter awarded at the National Meeting in February 2022.

Mike was honored by the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Club at the annual Labor Day meeting receiving the Bob McEwan Cord Enthusiast award.


Mike was featured in the Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival official event guide in the section “Behind the Wheel” about L-29 owners and ACD Club members talked about their love for the L-29 and enjoying the ACD Festival. The event guide is free and available at the museums and shops in Auburn.

The follow museums are all currently open and accepting visitors:

Auburn Cord Duesenberg Automobile Museum

Early Ford V-8 Foundation Museum

National Automotive and Truck Museum—NATMUS

Studebaker National Museum

Gilmore Car Museum






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